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|<span style="font-size:small;">'''Grand Princess-Consort of Kusoraev'''
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|<span style="font-size:small;"> '''Tenure''': 1702-1706
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Valera Varoche
Grand Princess consort of Kusoraev
Tenure: 1702-1706
Predecessor: Elizaveta of Vidaus
Born: 1686, Belvitz, Duchy of Adria
Spouse: Marius II of Haense
House: Varoche
Father: Augustus I, Emperor of Man
Mother: Alexandria of Man

Valera Varoche (1686 - 1706) was the Grand Princess-Consort of Kusoraev, by marriage to the then-Crown Prince, Marius II of Haense. She was posthumously a core of the Varoche Affair, which revealed her true lineage as a daughter of an incestuous affair between the Emperor and his sister, the Duchess-Consort of Adria.

Though wed to the Haeseni heir, Valera never transcended to the position of Queen-consort, due to her untimely death during the birth of her third child.


Name Birth Death Marriage
Mariya of Reza, Duchess consort of Adria 15th of The Deep Cold, 1703 Alive Adrian I, Holy Orenian Emperor Firstborn child of Marius II and Valera of Adria. Became Empress-Consort of Oren following the ascension of Adrian I.
Sofiya Theodosiya, Red Princess of Muldav 5th of Sun's Smile, 1704 Alive Kazimar, Red Prince of Muldav Secondborn daughter of Marius II and Valera of Adria
Petyr Andrik Barbanov 17th of The First Seed, 1706 17th of The First Seed, 1706 Unwed Firstborn son of Marius II and Valera of Adria. Died of consumption shortly after birth.